President and CEO
As USRC President and CEO, Doug manages Washington Union Station, one of the busiest transportation centers in the country, usually serving over 37 million visitors and passengers each year.
Prior to joining USRC, Doug was the Executive Director of Moynihan Station Development Corporation in New York City. He was responsible for the execution and delivery of the Moynihan Station Train Hall development program for which the $1.6 billion second phase of the redevelopment of the landmarked James A. Farley Post Office Building was completed at the end of 2020 and opened on January 1, 2021. The project represents a dramatic expansion of New York’s Penn Station, the busiest transit hub in the United States. The restoration of the historic landmark created a mixed-use facility with civic, cultural, commercial, and transportation uses, while substantially improving the regional rail transportation experience and infrastructure.
Previously, as Vice President for New York Corporate Solutions at Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) in the Greater New York City Area, Doug was the project lead for the northeast region public institutions practice group, providing real estate development, asset management and financial advisory services to local, state, and federal government agencies; non-profit organizations; and educational institutions. His primary assignments were:
• Moynihan Station / Farley Building Development Plan (New York City)
• World Trade Center Redevelopment (NYC)
• Metropolitan Transportation Authority/Hudson Yards Development – Tax Program Implementation (NYC)
• California High Speed Rail Authority – Real Estate Planning
• Medellinnovation District Development (Medellin, Colombia)
• Military Housing Privatization Initiative Program (Chicago)
At JLL, as the Vice President for the World Trade Center (WTC) Redevelopment in New York City, Doug advised the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey on the WTC site’s redevelopment, financing, operations, and site security planning across the 16-acre, mixed-use site, including One World Trade Center, WTC retail, transportation hub “Oculus”, and central utilities and infrastructure programs.
Doug has a B.A. in Government from Dartmouth College and speaks Spanish.
Sarah is USRC’s Document/Archive Manager. In this role, Sarah is responsible for managing USRC’s records, collecting and preserving historical objects pertinent to the development and management of Union Station, and answering reference requests. She also assists USRC on a variety of projects by developing organizational strategies and managing documents.
Before joining USRC in 2014, Sarah was an archivist with the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis in St. Louis, MO, managing the archives of the Eighth District of the Federal Reserve System. She received her master’s degree specialization in Archives and Records Management from Indiana University School of Library and Information Science and her Bachelor of Science in History from Boston University.
Sarah is a member of the Society of American Archivists and the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (MARAC).
Cody is a Project Manager at USRC. In this role, he oversees active capital improvement and historic preservation projects throughout Union Station, including those financed by the Capital Maintenance Reserve Fund and Amtrak.
Prior to joining USRC, Cody was a property manager in Washington, DC, managing residential buildings, which were primarily from the pre-World War II era. He holds a B.A. in Engineering from Lafayette College.
Jennifer is a Program Manager at USRC. In this role, she undertakes a variety of tasks, including providing support for ongoing projects, managing insurance requirements for contractors, financial administration, overseeing Union Station virtual experiences and tours, and much more.
Before joining USRC in 2019, Jennifer worked for Coastal Heritage Society in Savannah Georgia as a Museum Operation Manager at two historic sites, Old Fort Jackson and Harper Fowlkes House. She also worked as a graphic designer for Coastal Heritage Society and as a freelancer. Jennifer has an M.A. in Museum Studies from Johns Hopkins University and a B.F.A. in Historic Preservation from the Savannah College of Art and Design.